NEMMT is a Net Energy Metering program for customers who operate two or more types of generation technologies from one facility and do not sell the power they generate using PG&E or California Independent System Operator (CAISO) equipment. Customer generating technologies may include any combination of generators as long as least one is a generator that qualifies for one of the NEM programs.
PG&E allows customers to interconnect these technologies with our electric grid at one service point, using one account, and still qualify for the special rate options that would be available to them if each technology were interconnected and billed separately. This saves the customer the cost of separate connections. View PG&E's NEMMT tariff, which is covered under Special Condition #5 of PG&E's NEMFC tariff.Go to the application (Form 79-974) and supplemental application (Form 79-998) for NEMMT.
The RES-BCT program allows a local government with one or more eligible renewable generating facilities to export energy to the grid and apply credits for the exported energy to multiple accounts within its geographic boundaries. The local government can install an eligible renewable generator up to 5 megawatts (MW) --called the "generating account"--on property within its geographic boundaries that it owns or has under its control. The generating account may or may not use the electricity it generates. PG&E will install a generating account meter that separately measures both the electricity drawn from the grid and that exported to the grid. Metered exports to the grid are used to calculate the generation credits.
The Local Government can designate up to 50 "benefiting accounts" to receive the credits. These accounts must be located within the local government's geographic boundaries and on property it controls to receive these generation credits. For more information about RES-BCT and how the credits work, view PG&E's RES-BCT tariff.